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Definition of "take hold" [take hold]

  • To grasp, seize (verb)
  • To take root, become established (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "take hold" in a sentence
  • "Wanshig laughed and came over to take hold of the rope."
  • "The fire had to take hold quickly to prevent the female from rejoining the rest, and Brun and Grod were between the she-mammoth and the herd."
  • ""For the Light's sake, take hold of yourself," she began, and a woman's voice spoke pleasantly behind her."